With the recent developments related to the Evernote pricing, many people have started to think of alternatives. And what can be a better alternative than some tool from the software giant Google? Yes, Google has a note taking tool of its own called Google Keep that allows you to save notes and reminders in your Google account. As with all the Google services, Google Keep will work with your current Google account. The people on Android smartphones can install the Google Keep app and the ones who spend more time on notebooks and desktop computers can install the Google Keep extension for the Chrome browser.
The Google Keep extension for the Chrome browser is very handy when it comes to making notes or saving interesting online articles, images, videos or any other content. After installing the Google Keep extension, you must sign-in to your Google account in the Chrome browser so that Google Keep can save the notes to your Google account. Then you can open any web page in Chrome and click on the Google Keep icon in the toolbar.
A small toast notification is shown with a link to the current webpage, you can add or edit a title and label to the note you are going to save in your Google Keep account. You do not have to click on any button – the note is saved automatically as you finish editing the title or the label.
Now if you wish to access your notes in the Google Keep account, you can right-click on the Google Keep icon in the Chrome toolbar and choose Go to Keep. Alternatively, you can also manually open the web address keep.google.com in Chrome browser – you can find all your notes and reminders there.
Conclusion: Google Keep extension for Chrome is a fast and reliable way to save web articles, images or other content and make notes. You can access all the notes on any device through the same Google account.
You can get the Google Keep extension for Chrome from https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/google-keep-notes-and-lis/hmjkmjkepdijhoojdojkdfohbdgmmhki?hl=en.